Several hundred protestors gathered Monday around the Bell Tower in Capitol Square to criticize a 24 percent hike on the monthly fee charged to Virginia phone bills.
A Richmond website that aims to be the Monster.com of college internships was sold to a California firm for an undisclosed sum. Three months ago the company had three employees, including founder Mason Gates. Now there are 50 employees working on the project.
On Monday the Children’s Museum of Richmond unveiled a rendering of its new outpost at Short Pump, which is scheduled to open in June.
Foreclosures increased in Chesterfield and Henrico compared to last week, while Richmond City saw its numbers drop by more than half.
Girl Scout cookies won’t be for sale outside the store, and Supervalu recently announced it was cutting 80 jobs because the new owner is using different suppliers. But for at least one local business, it’s pretty much business as usual when it comes to its relationship with the grocery chain.
The shorter the skirts, the better the economy. So goes an almost 100-year-old theory on women’s fashion and the economy. The corporate owners of Stony Point Fashion Park and Regency Square Mall wanted to see whether there might be some truth to the legend.
Andrew Phinney didn’t know what he was getting into when he started a Facebook page called LocallyOwnedRVA.
The former Qimonda plant in eastern Henrico County has a prospective buyer.
Another local business is jumping on the reality TV bandwagon.
Virginia Credit Union purchased the former Hops Restaurant building at 9498 West Broad Street in Henrico County from BRC Richmond, LLC for $1,450,000. Woods Rogers, PLC subleased 5,100 square feet at Riverfront Plaza, 901 E. Byrd St., in Richmond.